Teacher Appreciation at Natural Solutions with Dr. Ruth

Ruth Rodriguez, DO, is a board certified Osteopathic Pediatrician, that specializes in helping families with all-natural solutions for their children’s health. She offers individualized, step-by-step programs designed to provide advice on pediatric alternative medicine, diet, exercise, supplements, and body, home and health-care products. Dr. Ruth helps parents with solutions for age-based home routines and sleep, relationship and play issues. She brings over 24 years of clinical pediatric healthcare experience using both traditional, western medicine and natural, holistic remedies to her practice.

This summer, Dr. Ruth is pleased to offer a Teacher Appreciation Special of 20% off the 6-week Child Health and Wellness Program.

“I have a passion for empowering busy mom’s to take control of their children’s health with a holistic individualized and customized plan of all natural plant-based remedies that are effective — without negative side effects or toxic ingredients,” says Dr. Ruth.

For more information, visit NaturalSolutionsWithDrRuth.com. Consultations (1:1 or group) available by Skype or Zoom. 

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